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Monday, March 13, 2017

Random Roll 68 - The Randomness

A half-elf who’s human side is Kellid from a dishonored family who was at one point kidnapped. The stories that can be told with that information alone are innumerable. This character is also a mass murderer for religious reasons, following the Qlippoth Lord of cursed kingdoms, and file experiments. Sadly with a low intelligence score it leaves out many of the classes known for experimenting like alchemists and wizards, but we still have many choices open to us. So let’s see what we can come up this week.

Human Parent Enthicity:Kellid
Nationality: Katapesh
Age:  26
Height: 6’ 5”
Weight: 185lbs
Alignment:Chaotic Evil

Str: 11
Dex: 14
Con:  13
Int: 9
Wis: 12
Cha: 18

Homeland: Raised in a Human Homeland - Frontier
Parents: Only your father is alive.
Siblings: You have no siblings.
Circumstance of Birth: [Dishonored Family] You were born into a family that once was honored among your society but has since fallen into disgrace. Now your family name is loathed and maligned by those who know it, putting you on your guard.
Parent's Profession: Artisans
Major Childhood Event: [Kidnapped] You were kidnapped at some point in your childhood. The kidnappers might have been pirates, slavers, thieves looking for ransom, a powerful guild seeking to blackmail your parents, a cult, and so on else. Before you were released, were ransomed, or escaped, you picked up on various aspects of the criminal underworld.

Influential Associate:[The Relative] There is a relative you were especially close to. To you, this person was the meaning of family. He helped shepherd you into adulthood, teaching you everything you know about the world. You are bound to this person or his memory, and you strive to keep a promise, vow, or oath that you made to him.

Conflict: [Mass Murder] You killed several sentient beings.
Conflict Subject: Tradesperson.
Conflict Motivation: Religion.
Conflict Resolution: [You Enjoyed It] Those who cling to petty morals have no understanding of what true freedom and power is. The fact is, you enjoyed your part in the conflict and would do it all over again if the opportunity presented itself. Many people know of your misdeed, and they also realize your complete lack of remorse.
Deity/Religious Philosophy:Yasamoth

Romantic Relationship(s): [A Few Significant Relationships] You’ve tried to make deep connections with individuals on several occasions, but it’s never worked out.
Drawback: [Family] Your family means everything to you, and there is nothing you wouldn’t do for them. Maybe your ties extend to your entire clan or bloodline, or perhaps there is one specific member of your family you hold closer than any other.

(Trait) Artisan
(Trait) Canter
(Trait) Frontier-Forged
(Trait) Oathbound
(Trait) Reactionary
(Story Feat) Liberator
(Story Feat) Lost Legacy
(Story Feat) Redemption
(Drawback) Family Ties

In the comments please tell us what character you would make with these disparate pieces information? What class would this half-elf  naturally gravitate towards? What Did his mother diel? Why is a kellid born half-elf in Katapesh? Who kidnapped him as a child? And don’t forget to stay tuned Friday when my background hits the CRB.

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